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The Repast from the set of Russian Entertainments


The Repast from the set of Russian Entertainments



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André Charlemagne Charron's works often featured scenes of peasants, children, and women engaged in domestic activities such as cooking, sewing, and playing. His paintings were characterized by their warm colors, soft lighting, and delicate brushstrokes. Charron's style was influenced by the Rococo movement, which emphasized ornate decoration and playful themes. Unfortunately, Charron's career was cut short when he died at the young age of 26 in 1780. Despite his short career, his works were highly regarded during his time and continue to be admired today for their charm and beauty. Some of his notable works include "The Spinner," "The Seamstress," and "The Milkmaid."



1767 - 1772


Metropolitan Museum of Art

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